Oklahoma Leader (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 36, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 26, 1922 Page: 1 of 6
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"FEARLESS AND TRUE"
Exclusive Federated Prat Service.
Vol. 3—No. 36
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1922
PRICE TWO CENTS
ROBERTSON VICTOR IN BOZARTH ACTION
Senator Watson of Georgia
Dies of An Asthma Attack
KAISER W1LHELM TO MARRY SOON
Is Only Woman in
Haii Kivt Ha-tvu-av.
Halideh Edit} Hnnum, interna-
tionally known aa Turkish writer-
poet-diplomat, and one of the ">°st! ;~Yhe courts it is possible tbat
the Turkish j „
influential leaders in
Nationalist movement, is the only
woman member of Mustapha Kemal
Pasha's Cabinet. She Js an ardent
admirer and exponent of American
institutions and ideals and Is re-
sponsible for the pro-American
feeling in Turkey.
Ask Right to Move Troops
Pending Conference And j
Participation of Russia,;
Persia and Bulgaria in the
Meet — Russia Warns
Against Ignoring Interest-
CONSTANTINOPLE, Sept. 20.—
Providing that they are given the
right to conduct military move-
ments during the progress of the
conference to end the trouble in
the near east, the Turks will agree
to the terms by which the allies
have sought to bring representa-
tives of the English and Turkish
nationalists, as well as other in-
terested powers, together, it was
announced here today. The reply
has been sent to the allied govern-
The Turks will also demand ad-
mission to the meeting of Russia,
Persia and Bulgaria, on the
grounds that these countries have
an economic interest in the politi-
cal condition of the straits to the
Russia, in a note to Great Brit-
ain, Italy, France and other inter-
ested powers, declares that she
will not accept the peace terms ar-
rived at by the conference unless
sh is given representation. Warn-
ing was given against ignoring the
interests of any of the countries,
whose commercial existence de-
pends upon the freedom of the
Instructions were received by
Admiral Brock, commander of the
British' fleet in the Dardanelles, to
issue an ultimatum to Mustapha
Kemal, demanding that troops of
the Turkish nationalists, said to be
occupying the neutral zone, be re-
moved within 48 hours.
The Kemallsts marched upon
the neutral zone by inistako once
before, but retired when they dis-j
covercd that the British still oc- j TflOUSancIS Of Fai'lTierS FlOCk
cupied. They declared that they I
believed the British had abandoned
Reports said that the Turks had |l
merely crossed the line at a place I
where a strategic intrenchment
could be made and that they had
not crossed at any other point. I
This is near Kura Kali, about twen- j
ty miles from Chanak. the chief I
British stronghold on the Darda- |
nelles. Kum Kali is at the June- j
tion of the Aegean sea and the ;
The British have strengthened |
their positions at Chanak and Con- I
stantinople, and are rushing men |
and muchine guns in a column to- j
wards the place where the Turks
are reported to have crossed.
It is believed here that Kemal is ;
ignorant of the invasion of the j
neutral zone by his troops and that
he will yield to the British demand
that he withdraw pending the
peace conference called at Mun- i
Kemal has moved his lieadquar- (
ters from Isinid to Smyrna. French ■
diplomats have been sent to dis-
suade him from any aggressive I
movement until the representatives ,
of Turkey and I-'rance have met in j
France is still assuming the role I
of peace-mnker, being friendly to |
both England and Turkey, who
have been on the verge of hostili- i wuh Tuesday's program, which
ties for several days. Mustapha coverg the judging of many of the
HOT FIGHT ORDER
Stormy Career of Great
Democratic Stat esman
Ended; Was Bitter Enemy
of Woodrow Wilson and
Tyrannical War Policies—
Was Leader of Populist
Party in 1904 Making
Race For President.
WIFE OP SLAIN
WASHINGTON, Sept. 26.—Sena-
tor Tom Watson of Georgia died at
2:40 o'clock this morning at bl6
home here. Death was caused by
asthma, of which, he had suffered
I^ast night, Senator Watson was
apparently in the best of health,
and ate a hearty dinner. Later a
' Walton Well Pleased by End
| of Long Fight Begun by
Him—Roads May Stall.
Belief that the railroads would
cease their attempts to delay the
uuion station, now that the corpo-
ration commission has ordered
them to agree within sixty days on
plans for its erection, was ex-
pressed by Fred Suits, counsel for
the city planning commission,1 severe attack catne and he died
Tuesday. 1 after a night of suffering.
The court decisions are such that He had suffered an attack a
I it would onlv mean expense to the ' week ago. but attended the final
roads to lcecp on opposing the or- session of the senate despite the
jgj. 1 protests of his physicians.
... . i ..... „ iii not in ihAr " i Senator Watson has had a stormy
saidS6!^1 Political career sinee 1890. He
the railroads to make
Others were not so sanguine,
the roads expect to fight
Alderson Miners Make Up
Purse to Send Widow
4 . Menu ll< «nnl, driver of the
Watson uied at the age j (>ur j„ which Matt (iri'fn was sing- I
inir when shot by a bullet from the j
house of Mrs. .1. C. 'Colbert, teat I-
tied at the inquest Tuesday after- '
noon that both Tolbert and (ireen
were sober, although each bad had
a drink. Howard said that he him-
self had had no liquor. He said lo- ,
was anxious to get away but that 1
Tolbert urged Green to sing an-
other song after he had already j
sung two. lie said that lie remeui- i
ISSUES OROER OF
Lnt-u^r-r liermirie ^Jxtexisr;
next i waH nominee of the populist party
sands of Farmers I
to Fair Grounds.
THE FAIR PROGRAM.
p. m.—Judging Poland- China
Futurity and Open Clauses;
Hampshire Swine, Ayrshire,
Cuemsty and Ked Polled
2:00 p. m.-It nee Program in
Front of Grand Stand; Hip-
podrome and Vaudeville Acts,
Hand Concerts; The Kennedy
Shows on Midway.
7:3U P. n,.-rr*M-., «f>.. "t "My"-
tic China," Auto Polo, Hlppo-
dronm Attractions and Flre-
\\ i (Inesday, Sept. 27.
Cattle, Sheep and Goats;
Hoy's Call" Clubs.
it. ni to 4:00 p. m—Judging
Habies' Health Conference;
Hand Concerts; Con T. Ken-
p. in.—Judging Hereford and
Shorthorn Cattle, Berkshire
Swine. Boys' Pig and Sheep
Clubs and Milch Goats,
p. m.—Vaudeville Act.",
p. m.—Automobile Racing;
Auto Polo; Con T. Kennedy
p. m.—Auto Polo and "Mystic
China," Vaudeville Acts; Con
T. Kennedy Shows.
been mainly directed by Fred Suits,
The wording of the commission
order was adroitly framed so as to
leave no legal loophole for the rail-
roads. By not ordering the station
erected on any particular site the
j order stands well within the limits
] of the commission's power. One
: section of the order, devoted to
"findings of fact" includes the gist
j of the order. Since the supreme
• court has ruled time and again
! that it will not enter into the facts
1 as found l>y the commission, it is
believed that this section of the or-
! der is holeproof.
! The order directs the erection of
the station, allowing the roads 60
1 days to draft plans and agree on
: a location and apportioning the
I cost. The order directs the expen
Governor Refrains From
Yet As to New Judge.
Order disqualifying Judge Mark
L. Bozarth from sitting in trial ia
the Okmulgee case charging Gov-
ernor J. B. A. Robertson with brib-
ery. was issued Tuesday by the
State Supreme Court.
Governor Robertson refrained
; from commenting on his court vie-
The supreme court assumed jur-
I isdiction in the case which they
j characterized as a civil proceeding.
The order declared that where an
j action is prosecuted against a trial
judge by an individual who stands
charged with a crime and who
I makes application for a writ of
mandamus requiring such judge to
! c ertify his disqualification, the
mandamus will be granted wheu
the circumstances surrounding the
judge are such as to embarrass
i him and where It is made to appear
Despite opposition of his family and the royalist part\ in Germany, , 'bat the judge has any ill feeliug
for vice-president in 1896. He ran hers hearing a window raised and I ex-Kaiser Wilhelm, shown in his latest photograph, with his shaggy J 'o the accused. I he order states
lor preslilimt in 11104 011 the pirn-1 „ H.imiiii\ tolu- iirdi-rlnir tlieiu wbl,<' ,"'"rd' ls to >'' 11 111 Hermlna on " "" 1IU >
ti.""",.;; form of the Populist party when: ... , ' ri" r" L " Schoonalch-Cnrolath. dau: I.Iim r il,, I ..f II-,: mil ,. . of « "training of the conaU-
the Older ^ c(fort was ma(jc to revive it. tumid on my llitlits to ,!(,rn,an cavnlary officer. Slu h. the mother of thr.. children, though tutional nuaruntee of a fair trial
OupiiNi'd Wilson. start,'" sold ll-naril. the j i.nlv thlrtvflvc years of aw. while tlw mnrly twice her a provided lor in the bill of rights ol
He was editor of Tom Watson's shut* ran* out. I san sparks fly | the state constitution.
Magazine for years. During the from the sidewalk where the bn I let It is therefore the opinion of
war his papers were suppressed, "truck and rushed (ireen In the 2 .r. bis court." the order concludes,
He was elected to the senate as au1 hospital." B j | % | I | fl # 1 S sTff J V ff - '. 'that Hit: demurrer of the county
I anti-Wilson, anti-league of nations j The jury visited tile remains of *■'— *-* —' «■ ^ • w fc fl ® lltorney okmulgee county bo
I and anti-war measures democrat. | Green at Perrlue und lleAtee's nil- ___ [overruled and that under all the
AM £3 -J t a */>• * $ ' 'svidenco it is the opinion of tho
1vapp $ erjury Las^
Bozarth to at once certify his dis-
qualiflcation in the district court
of Okmulgee county."
The hearings before the supreme
court upon the disqualification of
Bozarth to sit in the trial of Rob-
ertson have lusted several days.
Bozarth maintained that he bore no
conscious prejudice against the
governor which would in any way
prevent him from giving the gov-
ernor a fair trial.
Robertson presented a mass of
evidence tending to show that the
circumstances were such as to prej-
udice the judge against him.
Who the new judge will be vai
not learned Tuesday.
they may refuse to take any action
and force the corporation commis-
sion to enforce its order. Again
they may agree on a site that is not
suitable and force the commission ,
to take more drastic steps.
Mayor .1 < . Walton, looked upon i He wag gtrong advocate of tho I dertakiiiff parlors, \pparentfy the
as the father of the sta«°n ngti , soi(jier |,ouus ant] release of all bullet entered Green's body from
left for Tulsa highly gratified wi n ^ j)rjgoners senj t0 jnjj for violation the buck, passing out and through
the outcome of the long ngn 0f tlie oBpiona^e act. General am- the hand of the musician which
against the railroads. Walton agi- neBty been advocated by Wit- strummed the guitar which he was
tated the union station "nd lhe son Bince his election to Uic aeu-
commissioners at that time Jol" ate-
him in the ereatton of the planning | The puper Which was suppressed,
commission. Since that time tnt, thp Weekly jeflersonlan, was de-
matter has been in the hands or n1e(, mililing T[RhiH beCause*it at-
the commission, and the fight has | tacked (he draft ,aWB thfi eHpinn.
age act. and many other war meas-
B"rial will he at Thomson
pltt} in sr.
ON TRIM. DATE
WEWOKA, Sept. 2li. Lieutenant] Witnesses declared that Trapp
Governor M. 10. Trapp won the lirst |hud ilepoaited with John H. Miller,
fight in his legal battle with Sem- j cjjuirman of the county coramia-
inole county officials 011 charges'
ilnst doners, bis personal check cover-
of perjury and conspiracy
charges against him were dis-j by a judgment
missed in justice court, following Idebtedness of
a hearing Monday afternoon. .,,,;ikjn. t
County Attorney Allen Adams
immediately stated that he would I *
not dismiss three indictments Witnesses di
pending in district court against!question as to whether Trapp made
Trapp and that thes« charges 1 aj>f jdavit before or after he had put
J. ('. Tolbert, husband of Mrs. J.
Tolbert. who Monday morning
shot and killed Mntt Green, miner
minstrel, in front of her home at
1118 West Seventh street, was re-
leased from the city jail Monday
Ga. i evening where he was held for in-
vestigation of the killing.
Immediately following his release
he went to the St. Anthony's hos-
pital where his wife lay suffering
from shock and the effects of a,
beating which he is alleged to have wou'd probably
clven her Sunday night. court convenes in .November.
Tolbert was accompanied by Vic- Justice of the Peace Thomas .S.
j tor Sniggs, his wife's attorney, fobb, before whom the case \ is
j Sniggs declared that the husband Jheard, declared, in dismissing the
Herrin Business Men Furnish and wife had effected a perfect re- case, that ti,' testimoni ol
conciliation, lie said that their nesses showed that Seminole conn
talk was perfectly friendly and thai ty received "every dollar due irom
they both showed marked affection. M. K. Trapp at the time of the
He felt sure he said that Mrs. Tol 'transaction."
bert will press no charges against i The testimony, as given b\ wit-
her husband and that nothing will nesses. showed that on September
1, l!)l! , the county commissioners. In refusing to his
desirous of obtaining federal road other Indictments
aid money, negotiated with Trapp that they did not
item made up
$17,!>72, an in-
00 and a haj-
Bond For All Defendants.
MARION, 111., Sept. 28. A con-
ference between the attorneys rep-
resenting the 76 men inducted by
the grand jury in connection with I be done in regard to the wife-beat
diture of the necessary moneys and jt^e killing of the 22 strikebreakers jng charge.
I the elimination of grade crossings, i wor^'n^ 'n l^ter strip pits Sniggs has been retained as Mrs.
and Attorney J). T. Hartwell of j Colbert's atorney by her husband, jfor money necessary for th<
ComillissionPr^ PIppi^pH |Willlamson county will be h?ld ( according to Snigcs Tuesda\ at lo put up for sct-nring tin ltd
UUIllllllddlUllcl o riudbtu Tuesday to agree upon a date for n(,on. money which had to be an ct
Over City S Victory a coroner's inquest will be held '"nount
Mike Donnelly, commissioner of j 'be state, in asking for a speedy court of A. W. McWilllnms
public finance, declared Tuesday trial, is asking that the cases be j Tuesdey at 1 o'clock to investigate
that he was very much pleased at aet for October, but defense attor- the circumstances of the death. The
the decision of the corporation j ne>'8 may not agree to this, it is; (.a30 at t|je preaent Is in the hands
; t ommission. He said, "I am very i (,eclared. of Joe Lay ton, county evidence
highly pleased at the action that j ocB°nd.B lotalinS $410,000, made by knan; Forrest Hughes, county at-
! the corporation commission has , fb b"8,.n®s® men. ot min" i torney, and W. R. Wltbington, as-
'taken in regard to the Oklahoma Mng districts, released all but six ( >siHtunt county attorney. All these
City union station. The roads have | , J aTe., eon, r.e" I officials will be present at the in-
up his check. The state
contended that Trapp made the af
ftdavlts before he put
fobb held that it was not m
terial whether the affidavit w:
made before or after the
deposited with Miller
the county secured t
County Attorney Adar
long as j
i transaction .
asked that they be difi
• tending that thej
' cally the same eli
been given sixty days within which | bond, it being declared by , quegl
to Ret together and decide on a lu- the ^tat? that were tbc le:u|- I
ers in the mine trouble.
cation for the station.'
"I am afraid that the roads wil a . nrTT,.lr
J not agree immediately on a place I | | ||yfj
Kemal was said to have been fur- I uvV" tociT exhibits "especially ap- • t tion. but If tliey appeal to j
nished Ills ammunition and guns lin(. l0 the farmers over the ! lhe supreme court I am sure that1
by France and Italy, when he be- slate fa|r officials
corporation commission will J
> their decisions hav
from Asia Minor and regain terri-I w" k. hie exhibition | been held binding in other cases
tory which was wrested from Tur- , . .. , I in like situations
gnn hiB drive to remove the Greeks , onc of thp ,,esi , r0w<ls of tlio win the case as thei
from Asia Minor and regain terri- k. , . exhibition i been held binding
IN THE SOUTH i 11
A full and detailed stat
key at the treaty of Versailles.
A RUMOUR, Sept. 26. -Charging
that George Wolf and N. ""M. Hoo-
ver. members of the Oklahoma Cot-
ton Growers' association, had brok-
en their contracts, suit was filed
court here for damages against
Bob Parman, commissioner of j TULSA, Sept. 26.—The city
With clear, ideal weather and
just enough 'pep in the atrnos-1 pabu safety sntd ,.| anl gr(,at|y I Tulsa leads all the cities in lhe
phere to guarantee comfort, fore, | '■ 6 'I ■ - • -■
ist by the weatherman Tuesday,
the thousands of visitors coming to
the fair are promised a plendid
Judges were busy Tuesday
j morning selecting the winners in
.the Aberdeen Angus. Galloway and |
Holstein cattle, as well as In farm
• exhibits, farm women's clubs and
Judging of babies entered in the ! Has Long History
pleased to see the commission at I I nited States south of the Ohio
last hand a decision that will mean i river in average cost of buildings
so much to the city. It has been a for which permits were issued in ^
long hard fight and I now think June. July and August, with two ; i^oma
that we are at the end of It, as I exceptions, according to the Manu-
do not anticipate any friction from facturers' Record. It ranked eighth
the roads in regard to location for | total cost and led all cities its
si?e and many much larger.
The number of permits during
this period was 565 with an average
cost of $6,800 with a totiil expense
of $3,862,540. Oklahoma City for
the same time showed 681 permits
and totaled $1,-
Forrest Hughes declared Tues- I
day morning that his course of |
action will be entirely determined i
by the coroner's jury Tuesday aft- t)G given
ernoon. Hughes will carefully con- Attorney
der the evidence presented at the j„u to "h
inquest and this along with what mornin.
erdict the jury returns will decide I Hughes said that h« was not
I what action will be taken by tlie J witii tin- way that the I*
j county. | mond bank case was handled a
The body of Matt Green, the while not decided on what out
miner, still lies in the local under- ' j,,, Uj|| take in the matter lie w
i taking parlors awaiting the arrival [take action soon. Hughes said ti
of Mrs. Green from Alderson, Ok- h,e did not present the Wilkin-H.
HUGHES MAY PUSH CASES
IGNORED BY GRAND JURY
Edmond Bank Case and Wilkin-Hale Evidence May Both
Be Made Subject of Further Action—Full Statement
Promised by Hughes Wednesday.
us in tin
babies' health conference will con-! The long-drawn-out tight for
the' defcndants'"by "^"association!! I,iDue f™"i 10 o'clock until 4. | union station and elimination of I averaging $2,800
Thft petitions .illeee that mi vio- With approximately 16,000 per- grade crossings in Oklahoma City 894,991.
ine peiiuons .iiit.Be ioa. t -ndav.! came to an end Monday when the Tulsa permits called for morf
orporation commision handed expenditure of money than permits
lation of the contract, the damages S°ns entering the gates Monday,
to the association amounts to ';ist year's record was beaten by
$141.40 in one ease and $109.10 in "bout 2,000, according to fair offi-
down an opinion and order sub- in Birmingham, New Orleans
stantially in the form asked by the I Richmond.
Mrs. Green spent Monday try-
ing to raise funds to make the trip
to Oklahoma < ity to get the body
of her husband.
According to word received from
Alderson Mr. and Mrs. Green ar-
rived there about three weeks be-1 be
fore from the coal fields and
tied down in a two-room h
tn exist till the strike should
Matt Green, a coal miner
musician, was known in the
mining district as "Happy J
the jury b
Edmond case was much stronne
and as they did nothing in the Ivl
mond matter it was to be taken '• >
granted that they would not retiu
any indictments in the \" ilki
Strict enforcement of the seven- J Horse races Monday attracted , planning commission. About
year contract with its members, is thousands to the grandstand and I
declared to be the policy of thej many of the races provided plenty
organization which intends to;of excitement and thrills for lhe
prosecute all members who break crowd.
their contract. | Monday night saw the first |
showing of the spectacular
NEW SPEAKING DATES
Speaking dates of John Fields,
candidate for governor for the
week beginning October 3, were
announced Tuesday as follows:
Tuesday, Oct. 3—Poteau 2 p.m.,
Salislaw 8 p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 4 - Stilwell 2 p.m.,
Tahlequah 8 p.m.
Thursday. Oct. 5—Wagoner 8 p.m.
Friday. Oct. 6—Muskogee Attend-
ing Free State Fair.
Saturday. Oct. 7—Wewoka 2 p.m.,
Holdenville 8 p.m.
works display "Mystic China
which is a big hippodrome feature
lending in a dazzling display of
! fireworks lasting almost an hour.
' More than 100 persons participated
in the exhibition.
The Tuesday program to be giv-
en by the Bell loud speaker will
consist of phonograph selections,
J explanation of the loud speaker,
°olo by Mrs. G. P. McGregor. Ok-
lahoma city quartette selections,
Uolo by Horatio Rench and Dlnty
Moore's jazz band.
. This instrument magnifies sound
ti.000 times and is proving an in-
Iteresting feature ut the fair.
demands of the planning commls-
| sion is as to location. The differ-
ent railroads entering the city are
I given 60 days to get together and
agree upon a site, if possible.
Members of the planning commis-
sion, the mayor and city commis-
sioners, and hund ds of private
citizens ol the city were rejoiced
over the good news. Fred Suits,
attorney for the planning commis-
sion, was highly pleased with tho
order made. He had not yet stud-
ied it thoroughly, be said Tues-
day, but declared it was a clean-
cut victory for the city. He said
that while one or two of C.ie roads
had threantened to take the order
into the federal courts in the event
the corporation commission foun
in favor of the cit\
ROAD MEET IS
ARDMORE, Sept. 26.- Hundreds
of delegates are coming to Ardmore
October 4. when the first <inven-
tion of the Wichita-Fort Worth sec-
tion of the Winnipeg and Gulf
Highway is held here
Many cities located along the
highway have made known their in-
tention of sending large delega-
tions. The chief purpose of the
meeting is to organize the various
sections along the Wichita-Fort
Worth route into divisions so that
Green and that he was well liked f0 iK.
by everyone. "Happy Jack-' and would
bis battered guitar were familiar ,,i tii«
to every one in the coal field . were 1
i Friends at Alderson are raakiti : jury w
up a purse to send Mrs. Green to The
j Oklahoma City to get the body of handed
■t- after they were in an inaoivei
i k | condition.
id. i Hughes is investigating othi
matters that the jury bad prolx
a' but on which they failed to retui
iny indictments. In his statemei
her dead husband.
Those who are well acquainted
with the Green family declare 'ha:
the family's possessions consist of
a hack, a donkey, a mule and <nc
bedstead. Boxes and planks serve
the purpose of tables and chairs.
The family, however, they state,
has been very happ\ and con-
Friday is the day observed by the
Turks as their Sabbath.
rand jury in
to Judge J.
• veiling retu
, l ina I n
IN THE BASTILE
Body of Young Woman Is
Found Tied to Log.
Kansas CITY, Sept. 26,—1The
third river tragedy that has oc-
t urred here during the past month
w;i discovered today when the
body ol an unidentified woman,
tied'to a log. was found near Wel-
lington, miles below. That the
body was thrown in the river at
Kansas < ity is the belief of offi-
The woman appeared to have
been about 25 years ol age. hut
bore no marks of identification,
! There were no marks that would
indicate violence, it was declared.
It was said that the woman
kerwi ,. alS" might be identified by her hair
of the elec which is more than three feet
a banker rt 'long.
A FEW RAINDROPS
were indicted One-tenth of one inch of rain in
oint robber.. Oklahoma is a regular waterspout
in« i< ted on ■ now. according to H. F. Wablgren,
propert> un-! weather bureau prognostieator,
who declared Tuesday that Wood-
tin mrv eon ward received .10 of an inch Mon-
immeiidntion • day night and Newkirk .06.
Rains have fallen over Southern
,i, i that Um Kansas, Wahlgren declared, pnrtic*
.,1. i lection ularly at Wichita and Anthony.
uni> election "Not much prospects for rain at
. uniairnes Oklahoma < ity. but we might have
n to eerta.il local diowers." Wahlgren declared.
;ind appoint Forecast Is for generally fair and
' ounty elec- warmer weather for Tuesday night
| and Wednesday.
' ANTI-KLAN BODY
NOW IN THE FIELD
done on tin "American Constitutionalists'' i§
ral improve- 1 the name adopted by a new super-
In separ- secret, non-sectarian, no.i-partisan
pi i unci a in M brotherhood and forum, it is nn-
lat will allow I nouneed, organized at Knoxville,
i- .v. > j Tenn.
According to the literature being
ut out the new order makes it
a in that the main object of the
nstitutlonalists Is to fight the Ku
Klux Klan. "There is no room in
de- this country for invisible empires,"
tor* the new order emphasizes. Among
kest the names of the officers of the su-
and ' preme assembly is that of Horace,
ase. ilagan, vice-president, Tulsa.
entrance to Turkey
(Continued on Page Five)
doubted wor^ pertaining to the highway Sultan Is usually mentoned n
' i may be attended to in a rapid and i books, and that Is contrar;
e) I efficient manner. (Turkish law.
j v ouncu <
are forbidden dieted or
because the election
Johnson, Albert I Washington went to jail.
Women held the first and second
positions among the honor stu-
dents m thin year's graduating
j-la.-- at Columbia University r.u-d-
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Ameringer, Oscar & Hogan, Dan. Oklahoma Leader (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 36, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 26, 1922, newspaper, September 26, 1922; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc100135/m1/1/: accessed October 21, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.